when you don’t create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than ability. your tastes only narrow & exclude people. so create.
–why the lucky stiff
For a long time I made vector art from game logos and artwork. They’re not doing me any good locked away on my harddrives, so copyright be damned, here they are for your sharing and enjoyment.
I used to run a video game store, and sometimes it was very interesting.
In 2008, Bizarre Creations released the first decent sequel to Robotron, a game 26 years its senior.
Religion, uncontaminated by power, can be the source of a great deal of private solace, artistic inspiration, and moral wisdom. But when it gets its hands on the levers of political or social authority, it goes rotten very quickly indeed.
In every young robot’s life there comes a time when he must venture forth on a journey of self discovery and tumultuous kickass. This GBA game from Sega and Treasure is such a time.
Back in 2010 Douglas Coupland predicted the next ten years. Now in 2020 I’m having another look.
Flip and Flop is the very best kind of video game. It’s cute, fast, challenging, and it makes your brain hate your eyes and you’ll curse your worthless hands.
Everyone’s favourite fat plumber returns to battle that great ape one more time.
A long time ago I was asked to write for a game magazine, and they hired an Actual Artist to draw ‘NFG’.